Installation of the Derale Combination Transmission and Engine Oil Cooler on a 2012 Toyota 4Runner
Today on our 20174 Toyota 4Runner, we'll be installing the Derale
Combination Cooler. Part number D15902. Now, to begin out install,
we'll first go ahead and open up the hood. We've got remove the top
fascia cover that will go between the fascia and core support. This says
multiple push pin fasteners will need to be removed. To remove these push
pin fasteners, we'll simply pry up on the center of the fastener and
then remove it completely. Next, we'll start removing the multiple
fasteners to undo the front fascia. They'll be fasteners that secure
the top of the fascia inside the wheel well and underneath. Once we remove
all these fasteners which will be bolts and push pin fasteners, we'll
then go ahead and pull out on the wheel well to release the fascia from the
fasteners underneath, slightly pull back on the fascia enough that we can
reach inside and release the manufacturer's electrical wiring that runs
to the fascia. We'll remove the fasteners to secure the lower rock
guard. Once we removed the fasteners, we'll swing the rock guard down
and remove it from the vehicle.
Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.
Universal Oil Cooler Kit
Hey guys, im trying to upload once a week.
So day is about a universal oil cooler kit that i personally love. Its
affordable and reliable, like stated in my video Its the same kit ive used
in my 240sx for over 3 years. I've never had an oil leak and it just works
plain and simple.
Having an oil cooler is actually very important when ever you like to go on
spirited drives or track driving. Maintaining your oil temperature is a
vital for any engine you plan to upgrade.
Considering this engine doesnt even have an oil cooler in the first place
means this should help alot with keeping my oil at a good healthy
temperature while driving under Boost.
The good aspects of an oil cooler :
-Holds about one more quart of oil than the factory, meaning cooling is
more easily maintained.
-Keeps your oil from boiling meaning you will not have to worry about
excessive wear on the internal parts and keeps the viscosity consistent.
-On turbo charges cars you can tap the
line on the return side of the sandwich plate which will deliver cooled oil
to your turbo.
( make sure you have sufficient oil pressure on the return side of the
plate so your turbo does not experience
oil starvation. On my 240sx the oil pressure on the return side is
slightly low but on the feed side its perfectly fine.
Be sure to check out www.diyautoftw.com which is a diy page still in the
Check out GT channels youtube !!! http://www.youtube.com/user/GTchannel
And if your interested in buying this exact kit its listed here :
There are other dimensions to choose from for the oil radiator. Im not sure
of the site its from has many other dimensions but im sure if you look
youll find the desired size you want.
How To Install: Mishimoto 2000-2009 Honda S2000 Direct Fit Oil Cooler
Mishimoto, the world leader in performance cooling products, shows you how
to install the Direct Fit Oil Cooler Kit for the 2000-2009 Honda S2000!
The engineers at Mishimoto designed this kit with a set of direct fit
brackets that mount our 19-row oil cooler in the front of the vehicle for
the best airflow possible. This 19-row cooler has proven results, and will
drop temperatures dramatically with minimal pressure loss!
This kit works with the factory cooling jacket, requires no modification,
and will be the perfect way to help your Honda S2000 push the limits!
For more information, check out our product page at:
Model Number: MMOC-S2K-00
2000-2009 Honda S2000 Direct-Fit Oil Cooler Installation Guide
2PC | ALUMINUM Intercooler
PIPES W/CNC-MACHINED QUICK-DISCONNECT FLANGES
4PC | APPLICATION-SPECIFIC MOUNTING BRACKETS (INCLUDING HORN RELOCATION
1PC | 19-ROW OIL COOLER (SILVER OR BLACK)
1PC | STAINLESS STEEL BRAIDED HOSE (2 FT, 11 IN) WITH 45° AND 150° -10AN
1PC | STAINLESS STEEL BRAIDED HOSE (3 FT, 8 IN) WITH 45° AND 150° -10AN
1PC | M20 THERMOSTATIC SANDWICH PLATE (NON-THERMOSTATIC AVAILABLE)
1PC | M20 STAINLESS STEEL SANDWICH PLATE ADAPTER
2PC | M20 X -10AN STRAIGHT FITTINGS
1PC | MOUNTING HARDWARE SET
3/8” DRIVE TORQUE WRENCH
SHORT 1” WRENCH
• Please dispose of any liquids properly.
• Allow vehicle to cool completely prior to attempting installation.
• Mishimoto Performance (MP) is not responsible for any vehicle
damage or personal injury due to installation errors, misuse,
or removal of MP products.
• MP always suggests that a trained professional install all
• Do not run the engine or drive the vehicle while overheating.
Serious damage may occur.
• Raise vehicle only on jack stands or on a vehicle lift.
• See specific instructions for installing the sandwich plate on last
Download the full install guide for MMOC-S2K-00 to learn how to install
your 2000-2009 Honda S2000 Direct-Fit Oil Cooler!
DSM Oil Cooler Relocation
If you have installed a FMIC on your DSM and you have an external cooler in
the stock location, you have blocked a tremendous amount of air flow from
cooling the oil. You have also have sandwiched the oil cooler between two
heat sources (the FMIC and radiator). The way to solve this issue is to
relocate the oil cooler using some AN fittings and a little ingenuity.
Removal of the cooler is quite simple but a task that is commonly
overlooked is cleaning it. The method illustrated in this video should
remove all the old oil and any other particles left inside. On that note, I
would never try to clean an oil cooler from a car with a blown motor. It is
just to much risk when you can buy a new cooler for a little more money.
A clean oil cooler will increase the efficiency by itself but you still
need to improve the the airflow. The stock location on a stock setup placed
the oil cooler in a path of direct airflow, so I proceeded to restore that
concept after installing the FMIC. The solution was quite simple and only
required fabricating one bracket and some fittings.
If you are choosing an aftermarket unit, just be aware that you CAN get an
oil cooler that is to efficient. Picking an oil cooler is like picking a
turbo... bigger is not always better.
The oil must reach a certain temperature to boil off contaminants. With an
oversized cooler you may keep temps low enough that you "milkshake" your
oil all on your own. I used the stock cooler, the information on where it
was mounted before, and my application to pick and place my hardware. I
highly recommend you do the same.
I have the rights to use the music in this video.
Music: Interface Prod - Hip Hop Instrumental Vol. 1
www.jamendo.com for more information about the credits and the permission
to use this music.
2006 F250 6.0 Diesel Oil Cooler Installation and Test Drive Completed Repair
Brief video of me installing the new rebuilt oil cooler on my F250. Oil
cooler installation not too hard, but very time consuming. Truck runs great
now, and oil temperature is normal now. Total cost of repair with cooler,
gaskets and coolant was about $200. Saved myself alot of $$$ by completing
the repair myself.
The oil cooler story.
Oil cooler (heat exchanger) adaptation on my engine to heat up oil quicker
and cool down if necessary.
19 Row Engine Oil Cooler
This video demonstrate the basic setting up for 19 row Engine Oil Cooler
Created by Toyosports
DIY Oil Cooler $60 | B15 Turbo Sentra SER Spec V
The guys at PMM show you how to make your own oil cooler for only $60
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How To Install: Mishimoto 2001-2007 Subaru WRX Direct Fit Oil Cooler
Mishimoto, the world leader in performance cooling products, shows you how
to install the direct-fit oil cooler kit for the 2001-2005 Subaru WRX/STI.
For more info, check out our product page at:
Model Number: MMOC-WRX-01